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Bored on Board No More Flying with children? Cut down on the “are we there yets” with games and activities that keep them entertained without disturbing fellow passengers. Here are some to try.
104 AMERICAN AIRLINES 12-PIECE AIRPORT PLAY SET
210113 American Airlines 12-piece airport play set includes an American 767, American ground vehicles and signs for hours of enjoyment.
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Happy Face: One player thinks of a word, and draws a row of dashes – one for each letter in the word – on a piece of paper. Above them he draws a circle, and below them the alphabet. The other player must guess the word by calling out letters he thinks it might contain. If a letter is in the word, the first player writes it in its place in the row of dashes. If the letter is not in the word, he draws one part of a face in the circle. The guesser will have seven tries – two eyes, nose, mouth, two ears, hair – to guess the word before the face is finished and the game over. Keep track of already guessed letters by crossing them off in the alphabet. Rock Paper Scissors: Players put their hands behind their backs and pull one out to reveal either rock (closed fist), paper (flat hand) or scissors (first and middle fingers in a “V”). Scissors beats paper, paper beats rock and rock beats scissors. 20 Questions: One player thinks of a thing, place or famous person. Everyone else tries to guess what it is by asking 20 questions, which must be answered with yes or no. Whoever guesses correctly gets to be the “thinker” for the next round.
105 AMERICAN AIRLINES TEDDY BEAR
210091 Warm up to this lovable and colorful American Airlines plush teddy bear. Meticulously detailed teddy bear features the renowned AA logo embroidered front and back and a bow tied around its neck. Plush teddy bear makes a great gift idea for adults and children of all ages.
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Scavenger Hunt: Give kids a list of things that they must spot on the plane or out the window. For example: • The airline’s logo • Laptop computer • Person in a uniform • Mustache • Cloud • Body of water below • Another airplane • Sunglasses • Spoon • Soda can • Earphones • Baseball cap • Pillow • Newspaper • T-shirt with words or a picture on it • Writing in a foreign language For each item found, they get a treat.
Published on Jun 10, 2011